Lincoln said last year it was getting rid of its bad MK names for its products, instead opting for names of real things, as in the new Lincoln Aviator. That also meant the MKC name was doomed. Now, starting in 2020, meet the Corsair.
Everyone is buying crossovers, and folks are spending some good money on fully loaded models that usually max out around $35,000. But a lot of buyers don’t realize there are some great, used luxury models that can be had for that price without giving up much warranty.
The Lincoln MKC is a car that’s okay at most things but great at almost literally zero things. What do you need to know before you buy a Lincoln MKC? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
I guess I should start by saying there's nothing wrong with the Lincoln MKC. I had one over the holidays, I drove the crap out of it, and it did its job just fine. My ass and my passengers' asses and our stuff was conveyed from one point to another in ease and comfort. I could easily live with this car. What I don't…
When Mercedes brought out its not-too-big SUV/Crossover, people went apeshit for it. Here's the Lincoln MKC, the brand's attempt to catch the same market.
Our rollout of Detroit Auto Show reveals continues tonight with the Lincoln MKC Concept, which previews what is sure to be the brand's next small crossover SUV. (I needed to post this tonight because I know how passionate you all are about small crossover SUVs.)